In 2008 Jeff Kaditz was rushed to the hospital after being hit by a car. He spent months in a hospital bed and had to learn to walk again. He was misdiagnosed twice before finding out he needed major surgery. Throughout the process he was frustrated by the lack of quantitative information that was available about his body, which led to a wide range of inconsistent diagnoses.
Jeff imagined a day when everything about a person’s body could be quickly measured, shared and analyzed.
He started researching a solution and in 2015 he met Dr. Michael Snyder and Dr. Garry Choy. They immediately bonded over a shared vision that became Q.